Sathankulam Custodial Death: CB-CID Captures 5 More TN Cops

Sathankulam custodial death: Tamil Nadu CB-CID arrested 5 More TN Cops on murder accusations, proof obliteration. The five cops captured a week ago are by and by holding up in Madurai Central Jail.

Five more police officers, including a sub-inspector, were captured on Wednesday on murder allegations in the thrilling demise of a dad and child following affirmed custodial torment, taking the complete confinements for the situation to ten, the Tamil Nadu police crime Branch-CID said.

During their day-long addressing, it rose the five – sub-reviewer Paldurai, constables Vali Muthu, Chelladurai, Thomas, and head-constable Samurai – had abetted the wrongdoing and consequently they were captured, a senior CB-CID official said late Wednesday.

“They (constables) had held the denounced while the SI beat them,” the authority told media including they have been reserved for offenses of homicide, causing vanishing of proof, abetment and illegitimate control under the Indian penal Code.

A week ago, five other police workforce, including an assessor and two sub-monitors, of Sathankulam police headquarters where the father-son pair was supposedly whipped had been captured on charges, including murder and remanded to legal care.

P Jeyaraj and his son Bennicks had died inside hours on June 22 and 23 individually after supposed torment by Sathankulam Police following their capture on June 19 on charges of infringement of prohibitory requests by keeping open their cell phone outlet past the allowed business hours.

The Tamil Nadu police CB-CID, which assumed control over the case on the sets of the Madras High Court Madurai Bench in the midst of an across the country tumult over the supposed ruthlessness dispensed to the people in question, on Wednesday flame-broiled the third SI and constables as a component of its test. The five police officers captured a week ago are directly held up in Madurai central Jail.

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